Saturday, 28 January 2012



This post is a little bit overdue, but two weeks ago I went to see Cirque du Soliel's Totem at the Royal Albert Hall. It was a late birthday present from the boyfriend and it was excellent.
We had great seats, looking down on the stage. The use of stage was the best I have ever seen. It transformed so much, and used projection REALLY successfully. I loved the way it fused so many cultures. It was so exciting. And as with all Crique performances, there were insane acts, uncluding girls throwing thinga on unicycles, and men doing acrobatics on large poles. The music was amazing as well. Just all-round an amazing show, and I would definitely go see it again.
And paying £10 for a programme was well worth it.

I am currently preparing my portfolio for Wimbledon and London College of Fashion. However carrying my portfolio around London was a nightmare, and I managed to tear a muscle in my chest wall, so I am now bedridden and doing a tonne of drawing.

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